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April 21, 2018, 10:03:28 PM
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Day trading is as risky as playing gambling! Though if you have time to learn how to interpret candlestick formations and charting, you will reduce the level of risk and you will increase your level of rewards.
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April 22, 2018, 02:23:19 AM
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daily trading is also a good way, but this strategy is more suitable for the big fluctuation coins. and besides, if you dont have enough trading skills and time to follow the market 24/24, you should not trade.

I think most people don't have the time or experience to do well on day trading which is why people tend to hold and wait. I also think that's a safer bet, especially if you're in more legitimate projects.

Yes it is that a lot of people dont have time to make day trading and also knowledge on how they can manage it for holding is what they just have to do with.

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